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Hilton breaks ground on Brisbane City North property

New hotel marks Hilton’s fifth for Queensland and second for Brisbane

The Hilton Garden Inn Brisbane City Centre North is on track for its Q4 2024 opening following an official groundbreaking ceremony.

Queensland Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport, Stirling Hinchliffe, on hand to participate in the event, said the new property represented a vote of confidence in Brisbane as a business and holiday destination.

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“Domestic tourism in Queensland is bouncing back stronger than before the pandemic with the latest industry data putting the State in a nation leading position,” Mr Hinchliffe said.

L-R – Rupert Yang. Director for Image Developments, Stirling Hinchliffe, QLD Minister for Tourism, Innovation and Sport, Paul Hutton, Area VP & Head of Australasia, Hilton, Tushar Raniga, Development Director, Hilton Australasia.

“Well-located accommodation will be highly sought-after as new opportunities emerge on our green and gold runway to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

“This project will support good construction jobs and deliver greater choice for business and holiday visitors to enjoy more of Brisbane’s great Queensland lifestyle.”

Located 13km from Brisbane Airport, when open the hotel will feature 129 guest rooms, a full-service restaurant and bar, meeting facilities, a fitness room, as well as a 24-hour grab-and-go retail store, The Shop.  

The hotel will be strategically positioned to provide convenient access to Brisbane’s CBD, while being within easy walking distance to many city centre attractions as well as to Fortitude Valley, Brisbane’s nightlife capital.

The hotel is also in close proximity to St Andrew’s War Memorial and Royal Brisbane Hospitals, Victoria Park and the RNA Showgrounds.

Hilton Area Vice President & Head of Australasia, Paul Hutton said the organisation is committed to growing its presence in Queensland.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Spring Hill Property Group Pty Ltd and Image Developments Pty Ltd to bring the Hilton Garden Inn brand to Brisbane,” he said.

“As a key Australian city and the gateway to Queensland, the coming years will be an exciting time for Brisbane, especially with the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and we’re excited to pave the way for savvy new travellers who visit the city to experience Hilton Garden Inn’s renowned, positive, upbeat service.”

Hilton Garden Inn Brisbane City Centre North, the company’s fifth hotel in Queensland and its second in Brisbane will join 29 operating and 13 pipeline Hilton properties throughout Australasia.

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